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Provide immunity to hospital police officers

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To amend sections 109.78, 2744.01, 2744.05, and 4973.17 of the Revised Code to provide a municipal corporation or county immunity from civil and criminal liability in any action that arises from a hospital police officer acting directly in the discharge of the person's duties as a police officer and that occurs on the premises of the hospital or its affiliates or subsidiaries or elsewhere in the municipal corporation or county, to modify the definition of "emergency call," and to expressly exempt, from a requirement that peace officer basic training be obtained, certain employees that a board of education or governing body of a school authorizes to go armed in a school safety zone within which the board or governing body has authority.

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Primary Sponsors

J. Todd Smith
Gil Blair


Andrew O. Brenner
Dave Burke
William P. Coley, II
Stephen A. Huffman
Terry Johnson
Tim Schaffer
Cindy Abrams
John Becker
Sara P. Carruthers
Randi Clites
Jeffrey A. Crossman
Tavia Galonski
Haraz N. Ghanbari
Stephen D. Hambley
Brett Hudson Hillyer
Catherine D. Ingram
Joseph A. Miller III
Michael J. O'Brien
John M. Rogers
Bill Seitz

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